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Tarantula does not work in POST

I cannot change or select any options in POST, BIOS, or select which OS i bootup(dual-Boot). Please help

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  • mpoliandro Jun 24, 2009

    Yes, that option is set. My other USB keyboard works fine in both pressing del to enter the BIOS, and selecting which OS i want to boot to.

    But the Tarantula is still not working.

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Make sure you have the usb keyboard option enabled in your bios

Good luck

Posted on Jun 22, 2009

  • Claudio Barata
    Claudio Barata Jun 24, 2009

    Some keyboard might not work themselves, the best alternative would be to use an usb to ps2 converter

    Cheers


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